A Blogger’s Biggest Fear

I love my readersWhat’s the biggest fear most bloggers experience? That no one will read what we post.

Today I’m writing a public thank you to all of you who have stopped by, made a comment, ‘liked’ a post, shared a post, found my email and connected directly, added me to their blogroll or in some other way engaged with A Writer of History.

You people are AWESOME.

A Writer of History hasn’t gone viral but I have a steady stream of visitors, many of whom have become loyal followers and that, my friends, is something that I treasure.

Almost 40,000 visits and over 1,000 comments – I couldn’t have done it without you!

11 thoughts on “A Blogger’s Biggest Fear”

  1. Thanks come in return from me as well Mary. Since finding your site via the book marketing article on Mick Rooney’s site I have had some interesting exchanges with you including finding a roll of drums, read and enjoyed Unravelled and found the sad lady in France. I have met Tony Riches on the web with his Writers Desk site and read his book Shell which has a special resonance given current events in Kenya. Also made contact with Geoffrey Gudgion and started his book Saxon’s Bane. You Geoffrey and I have all been new book publishers this last month in different ways and levels.. So thanks again … I attended a lecture this afternoon as part of the Tenby Arts Festival by George Geear who is restoring an old 1891 Fort in Pembrokeshire towards being a museum of military history opening in 2014. 40,000 visits and 1000 comments whow! … Best wishes from Alexander of Allrighters and Ywnwab!

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